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E-Safety

Waingels is committed to promoting safe use of online/digital communications by all students, parents and staff.

See links below, which provide a wide range of resources to help you find out about using digital communications and STAYING SAFE ONLINE. They are for students, parents, and staff. There are video clips, games, quizzes and downloadable resources to use at home and school.

Social Networking Sites Partnership Advice

ThinkUKnow CEOP Resources 

Get Safe Online 

Family Toolkit Pack

Know IT All- Resources for Parents

Social Networking in Plain English (Video)

NEN- Essential E-Safety

Webwise Kids

CBBC- Stay Safe

BBCs Guide to Website/Games

BBC- What is Internet Safety? 

BBC- How to Stay Secure on the Web

We recognise that an increasing number of homes now have access to use of the Internet through their home computer or mobile device. Most of our young people use the Internet regularly as their primary source of information and also to communicate with friends and family through social networking sites or instant messaging. 

Many parents would like to have more advice about how to use the 'controls' available to them to help to keep their children 'safer' when using the Internet or to have more information about the type of activities/resources that young people are using.

Click the links above for a range of resources which are specifically aimed at supporting parents/carers and Internet users with more information.

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@WaingelsCollege - January 16
An additional Open Morning will be held on Mon 21st Jan, 9am-11am; a chance for prospective parents and children to visit the school for a tour. To book your place please see instructions below. https://t.co/rVBPQVCnaj
@WaingelsCollege - January 16
Thank you for coming. We are really pleased you found the session beneficial!
@WaingelsCollege - January 16
Thanks for running the parent study support session on revision techniques tonight. I found it really useful!
@WaingelsCollege - January 14
We would like to take this opportunity to thank Jess for putting herself forward and running for Wokingham's new Youth Parliament MP. Unfortunately she was unsuccessful, but she should be very of herself and for the excellent presentation she gave!
@WaingelsCollege - January 14
We have some guest speakers coming in from the National Citizenship Service to share more information on the opportunities available to Year 11 students this morning. The team from will be available in R039 during break for any follow up questions students may have. https://t.co/LJaNbOoKrG
@WaingelsCollege - January 8
ASSIST are offering some fantastic autism specific workshops to parents, carers and practitioners who have an interest in autism. For more information please contact ASSISTworkshops.gov.uk or call 01189 088053 -awareness https://t.co/B8rmhxS9lW
@WaingelsCollege - January 7
Good luck to Jessica in Year 12 who is just about to present her manifesto at the Youth Council Elections to become the Wokingham Youth Parliament representative!
@WaingelsCollege - January 7
KS4 Options Evening will be held on Wednesday 13th February. You will be notified nearer the time of all details. Thank you.